Mark Ruffalo receives his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

The actor Mark Ruffalo was honored this Thursday with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame hollywood in a ceremony in which he had an emotional reunion with his former castmate Jennifer Garner.

“Working with Mark is loving him, I don’t care what anyone says,” Garner said after explaining that she was replacing actress Laura Dern at the last minute, who had not been able to attend the commemoration after being infected with coronavirus. “I know everyone is thinking it, but I’ll be the one to say it, why wasn’t I the first to be considered from the beginning? I was the one who started the era of Mark’s romantic comedies,” joked Garner, who along with the actor In 2004, he starred in tape ‘The dream of my life’.

From the platform, the interpreters also They recreated the iconic dance from Michael Jackson’s song ‘Thriller’which their characters, Jenna and Matt, carry out in the film.

The 56-year-old actor has been recognized in the last stage of his career for being part of the superhero universe of Marvel when playing Hulk in ‘The Avengers’ films. But the versatility of his career has earned him three Oscar nominations for films such as ‘Spotlight’ and ‘Foxcatcher’.

Currently the interpreter is in the spotlight for his performance as Duncan Wedderburn in the latest film by Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos, ‘Poor Things’, which is one of the films Favorites from the next edition of the Hollywood Academy Awards.

“I came here when I was eighteen and believed in my dream in the only way an eighteen-year-old can. I was poor, I was starving, I didn’t have a car and it was very difficult to be in Los Angeles, but I was with my friends, we went to school and we all lived the same thing,” Ruffalo recalled. The actor also sent a message to young people who want to dedicate themselves to performance: “Everything that is difficult in life is worth it somehow, whether you get it or not,” he said.

During the ceremony, Ruffalo offered his star to everyone who has accompanied him during his career, including the fans: “Basically you are the ones who pay us to do this,” he mentioned.

Before beginning his acceptance speech, personalities such as actor Timothy Mcneil and director David Fincher applauded his talent and human quality with emotional words.

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